Japanese Popular Prints: From Votive Slips to Playing Cards

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A & C Black, 2006 - 208 páginas
Annotation "In the West, Japanese woodblock printing tends to be associated with the ukiyo-e tradition and the familiar portrayals of kabuki actors or courtesan beauties. Approaching the subject as an artist rather than a print scholar, Rebecca Salter focuses on the craftsmen and the complex visual culture within which the craftsmen worked. Through information gained from interviews with some of the remaining practitioners and analysis of the objects themselves, she builds up a picture of the quiet role woodblock played in the lives of the Japanese as they moved from the isolation of the Edo period to embrace modernisation in the early 20th century."--Jacket.

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Rebecca Salter is a well-known British printmaker. She lived in Japan for 6 years and she is an acknowledged authority on Japanese woodblock printing. She has previously written Japanese Woodblock Printing for A&C Black.

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